Together we must stand united and fight extremism wherever it stands. Fight for freedom, justice and Christian moral values. Honor life and fight for the oppressed. Fight for those women in Muslim nations who have no say, no free rights, no freedom of religion, of the press, of assembly, of speech… no rights to pursue happiness as THEY see fit.
Truth. Justice. And the American Way. That is who we are. THAT is what we stand for. Wherever the oppressed may be.
Remembering 9/11 from President Barack Obama today:
“Eleven times we have paused in remembrance and reflection, in unity and in purpose. This is never an easy day, but it is especially difficult for all of you, the families of nearly 3,000 innocents who lost their lives.
But no matter how many years pass, no matter how many times we come together on this hallowed ground, know this: That you will never be alone, your loved ones will never be forgotten. They will endure in the hearts of our nation because through their sacrifice they helped us make the America we are today, an America that has emerged even stronger.”
From Israel In L.A. Facebook Post:
On this solemn day, our hearts and prayers go out to the victims of the 9/11 attacks and their grieving families. As the Israeli architect of the 9/11 memorial in NYC said about his creation, we now have a place to remember and reflect as a community. http://isra.li/remember
Photo: The “Living Memorial” in Jerusalem. The only 9/11 memorial outside of the US to include the names of all the victims and their country of origin.
Remembering 9/11 today from former President George W. Bush and Laura:
On this solemn anniversary, Laura and I hold the victims of September 11th in our thoughts and prayers.
Remembering 9/11 from Sarah Palin:
“We remember that eleven years ago today nearly three thousand of our fellow Americans were killed by evil men. Every year on the anniversary of 9-11, we read out the names of those who died and comfort their families, and at military recruiting centers throughout the country, young men and women choose this day to enlist to serve their fellow Americans and ensure that something like this never happens again. While some try to move on with their lives and let the tragedy of that day recede in their memories, our men and women in uniform remain ever vigilant for us.